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Dear Willard Mitt Romney,

Dear Willard Mitt Romney,

I am compelled to write you a letter sir, for I would like to call a few things to your attention.

Whether you realize it or not, you stand to be one of the greatest men in the history of this nation. A man revered and measured against the likes of George Washington, a man who humbly refused to take his place as king among the wicked kings of nations.

Sir, may I point out that you are at that very point where George Washington found himself just prior to becoming President? Let me explain, as this may not be so clear to you at this moment. But it is exactly as I say.

Sir, you are currently embroiled in a nasty fight over delegates at all levels, many levels with a Godly man, Ron Paul, who's speech is already being measured by and compared to that of America's Founding Fathers.

It may seem to you that you have the upper hand in this, and yet if you persist in following this trail you will most certainly lose the support of at least one quarter of the Republican Party, not to mention that of most Reagan Democrats as well as the Independents in the general election.

To be frank sir, under this scenario you may win the nomination but you will certainly not gain the Presidency. And with this dead-end path you are currently pursuing it will effectively terminate your family's long political career on / or before November 8, 2012, and more/less for good as you have already been oversold in the media.

On the other hand, a great man is a humble man. As a bishop you must know this. George Washington was just such a man, a humble soul. Because of that he is remembered in modern speech, with monuments; and he is not forgotten even to this day.

Willard Mitt Romney, in all seriousness I tell you this sir, as your friend, and as an American… Sir, you do not want to be the Republican Nominee. You do not want to be President. You do not want to be king among the wicked kings of nations; a representative of Goldman Sachs you absolutely do not want to be remembered that way sir. Not by a nation and not by God.

Bishop Romney, you are better than that. You sir are to be remembered if you will only humble yourself before God and Christ your King. As I said, you can have the nomination but it is not what you seek. Your life is protected, you are not in danger from the bankers or those that they associate with. You are the only man/thing left standing between these inequitable ones and the one they fear most sir. He is Ron Paul.

Ask yourself for just a moment Mr. Romney, who is more trustworthy? The bankers who contribute to your campaign or your humble servant and friend Ron Paul? Ask yourself Mr. Romney, which would the honest God fearing man inside you prefer to deal with: Ron Paul or Goldman Sachs?

The power is in your hands Mr. Romney, but you will have to humble yourself now at this very moment in prayer to even have an opportunity, a chance to accept His truth.

And the truth is this… That if you were to gracefully step aside and anoint, appoint, I say humbly passing the torch to Ron Paul as the nominee… well Mr. Romney this in fact could be your glorious fate:

In four years, 2016, you will become President of the United States but you will also have the most grateful respect and admiration of an entire nation and its people. That is of course, unless you just want to be king (in which case you will only be the nominee).

Imagine for a moment a Paul/Romney ticket, or a Paul/Paul ticket with you yourself as Treasury Secretary in the short-term where you have the unwavering admiration of your entire nation; where Ron and Rand Paul welcome you as an equal, even above them and so they lay out the Red Carpet for you in 2016 ingratiating you with a nation such that you are remembered even more than they as the one who humbled himself to save the fate of a nation.

Wow. I only wish that I was where you are today sir. I know what I would do. What will you do sir?

It is up to you Mr. Romney. If you will only humble yourself, time is short, yet you have the power to have yourself remembered the likes of no man since George Washington.

Trust in God sir. Trust in his faithful servant Ron Paul. And Mitt, if you do this one thing, I am sure you can already see, you may just receive more honor and recognition than a king.

You will certainly have my unwavering support in 2016.


A Candidate for Republican National Delegate




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Did you mail this to him?

Is he really a current bishop?

I don't think Mormons use former titles like Bishop

So if he's not a bishop anymore, then he would no longer use that title.

Mormon here

We do often use the title Bishop after a man has been released as a Bishop. Once a Bishop always a Bishop, referring to the title only. Stake President is a higher calling and I do sometimes hear people in church call former stake presidents "president so and so", but not as often as Bishop. Excellent job on the letter. I enjoyed reading it. You don't know how frustrating it is to be an active member of the LDS church and wonder where Mitt Romney gets his political views from, and just his lack of knowledge of the Constitution. Also, very frustrating when discussing his views with fellow Mormons who think "he is just wonderful". I have written several letters to Mitt begging him to read "The Proper Role of Government", written by Ezra Taft Benson who is a former President of our church. You would think you were reading Dr. Paul.

Okie I was friends w/a Mormon family the father was local Bishop

I have worked with Mormon friends/colleagues in the corporate world.

All were great experiences and frankly we had more in common than most.

I have no problem with having a mormon in the white house.

And Romney could be that mormon if he shows the true quality's of a leader.

Unfortunately he has not previously demonstrated that he has a backbone or that he can humble himself before anyone other than the establishment bankster rackets.

He needs to have backbone with Bernanke and humble himself before the Paul's.

Giving the Paul's and especially Paul's grassroots ultimatums is a dead-end to nowhere... and early retirement from political life. We don't even answer to Ron Paul.


Thanks for the info

How about Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid? What in the world is he doing claiming to be Mormon? Romney is bad in many areas, but it's like Harry Reid's political philosophy goes entirely against his religion.

Is he just claiming to be Mormon in order to capture that part of the vote in Nevada? Is helping others through government force and theft really helping others? In fact, isn't that Satan's plan to force people to be good and remove their free will?

Reid (who was raised agnostic) and his wife (who was born to Jewish immigrant parents and grew up in Henderson), converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormon or LDS Church) while he was a college student.[1] In a 2001 interview he said, "I think it is much easier to be a good member of the Church and a Democrat than a good member of the Church and a Republican." He went on to say that the Democrats' emphasis on helping others, as opposed to what he considers Republican dogma to the contrary, is the reason he's a Democrat.[60] He delivered a speech at Brigham Young University to about 20,000 students on October 9, 2007, in which he expressed his opinion that Democratic values mirror Mormon values.[61][62] Several Republican Mormons in Utah have contested his faith because of his politics, such as his statements that the church's backing of California's Proposition 8 wasted resources.

they do

they also have prophets too =\

His name is Edward Snowden

What is Capitalism?

Really? I thought Bishop was more like a temporary job.

While you're filling that job you would be called Bishop, but after you are no longer filling the position you wouldn't be called Bishop anymore.

I am not Mormon, but I am trying to be respectful (for once)

If he served in that capacity, and he did, then he will get the meaning and know where I am coming from.

At least once they (his family or his hired staff) find this and pass it to him, God willing.


Wikipedia says he was a Stake President

Which is higher than a Bishop. I guess it sounds kind of weird to call him Stake President Romney though?

"From 1986 to 1994, Romney presided over the Boston Stake, which included more than a dozen congregations in eastern Massachusetts with about 4,000 church members altogether."

I just looked up Stake President and it is says Joseph Smith, Jr. was the first one. So maybe it actually is a more respectable title even though it sounds weird.

I'm cracking up...

"Stake President Romney"... Why is that so funny? I can't stop laughing...

EDIT: I just re-read my post and it might come off as terse, but it's not. I'm seriously laughing about this... and can't stop. I'm delirious.

I didn't even know about these titles.